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MEET THE CAST
In Order of Appearance
Off Broadway: Round Table (59E59/Faultline), The Extinctionist, Showtime Blues (Ensemble Studio Theatre), Manhood, Untamed (National Black Theatre), The Beautiful Beautiful Sea Next Door (ArsNova). Regional credits include: Everybody Black (Humana Festival), Familiar (Woolly Mammoth Theatre Co), A Christmas Carol (McCarter Theatre) Dracula (Actors Theatre of Louisville), Metamorphoses (Arden Theatre Company), Alls Well that Ends Well, Another Part of the Forest, Major Barbara (American Players Theater), Black Diamond, Fedra (Lookingglass Theatre), The Voysey Inheritance (Remy Bumpoo), Macbeth (Lady M, greasyjoan & co.)
Other credits: Richard III (Lady Anne, Boomerang Theatre Co), Heartbreaker (Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center). Film: Blind, Requited, Nowheresville, Happily After. Television: Z: The Beginning of Everything (Amazon), The Outs, Redrum (Discovery ID), In Between Men. BTA Award Nomination, Best Actress. Training: Northwestern University, Steppenwolf Theatre, LAByrinth, Esper. sharinamartin.com
Recent/favorite credits: 4,000 Miles (PTC); Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Peter and the Starcatcher, A Life in the Theatre, Bad Jews, Proof (Walnut Street); Other Desert Cities (Hudson Stage); All My Sons, Lost In Yonkers (Weston Playhouse); The History of Invulnerability (Theatre J); The Bomb-itty of Errors (11th Hour) Recent film: The Special
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Rachel works in New York on Broadway and off, and in London’s West End and off West End, and has worked in many of the UK’s and US’s leading regional theatres. Most recent credits include theatre: London Assurance at The Irish Rep in New York, for which she won Origin’s First Irish Theatre Festival Best Actress award. Other theatre: Lincoln Festival Theatre; TFANA; MTC; NYTW; Hartford Stage; Old Vic, London, RSC; Shakespeare’s Globe; Sir Peter Hall’s Rose Theatre company. Film & TV credits include: Warner Bros.’ Wonder Woman; Chronic, opposite Tim Roth; Schadenfreude (currently in post-production); Elementary; Madame Secretary; Dietland; Grantchester; Midsomer Murders; Holby City; Doctors; Dogtown; Victoria & Albert etc.
Annie Hägg can most recently be seen alongside Al Pacino and Lena Olin in "Hunters" (Amazon Prime).
Theatre credits include Dancing at Lughnasa (Irish Rep); The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Indecent, Owners, The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls (Yale Rep); The Square Root of Three Sisters (International Festival of Arts and Ideas); Boeing-Boeing (New Harmony Theatre); Staging Wittgenstein (Edinburgh Fringe). Television credits include "The Good Fight," "The Blacklist," "Blue Bloods," "FBI: Most Wanted," "Law & Order: SVU" and the aforementioned "Hunters." Training: Yale School of Drama.
René is a Cuban-American actor, voice-over artist, and producer from Miami who currently resides in New York City. This past year he finished an eight-month run starring as Ramón Arechabala in The Real Havana Club’s The Amparo Experience and recently as Pepe in the world premiere of The Cubans at Miami New Drama. Film/TV/Commercial credits include: “Burn Notice,” “Graceland,” “Bloodline,” Amazon, Universal Studios Resorts and Volkswagen. He studies at Anthony Meindl’s Actor Workshop NY.
He’d like to express all his love and gratitude to his family and friends who keep pushing him to not give up. www.renegranado.com or @renegranado_official.
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